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The Kingfisher Geography Encyclopedia
Synopses & Reviews
Children will find this comprehensive, and visually exciting encyclopedia gathers the essential geographical, physical, and cultural information they need for school assignments in one convenient and easy-to-use source.
Illustrated with more than 1,500 photographs, maps and flags, this stunning volume covers all the world's 192 countries, including dependencies and islands. The authoritative and clearly laid out text, fascinating maps, and up-to-the-minute facts, will help children acquire essential geographical knowledge and expand their understanding of how people live in many different parts of the world.
With its country-by-country layout, a glossary, index and a reference section at the back of the book, this new encyclopedia is an exciting reference book for the whole family.
This essential resource for children exploring the people, places, and environments of the world is illustrated with more than 1,500 photographs, maps and flags, covering all the world's 192 countries. Full color.
About the Author
Clive Gifford is an award-winning author of more than fifty books on the
subjects of sports and soccer. His previous titles for Kingfisher include The Kingfisher Soccer Encyclopedia, Soccer Skills, Summer Olympics, and Soccer.
Table of Contents
The physical earth — The Arctic, North America, and Central America — The Caribbean and South America — Europe — Southern Europe, the Balkans, the Caucasus, and Asia Minor — Asia --Eastern Asia — Africa — Oceania and Antarctica.
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